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Peer-to-peer Pegasus drone allows pilots to take deliveries into their own hands

Planned drone delivery services from big names like Amazon are a ways off yet, but an American startup has a peer-to-peer drone that it hopes will beat them out of the gate. Pegasus is Hylio's personal delivery drone with a four mile range (6.4 km) and 2.5 pound (1.1 kg) maximum payload... Continue Reading Peer-to-peer Pegasus drone allows pilots to take deliveries into their own hands Cat
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